HSBC’s agreement with CQS firms

Thu 17th May 2012

The Law Society and HSBC announced today an agreement whereby HSBC will amend its conveyancing approach to enable all solicitors accredited with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) home-buying quality mark to act for HSBC as well as its mortgage customers.

The new arrangement will be introduced in August 2012 and is part of HSBC’s drive to provide additional protection for both their customers and the bank.

Coodes as a CQS Firm will therefore be able to act for both HSBC and the Borrower/Buyer where other Firms not holding CQS will not.

Thu 17th May 2012

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